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FEATURED ARTICLE — December 6th, 2016

Crafting Headlines That Draw Readers In

Have you been craving viral headlines?

No matter how superb they look in a doc, are yours just not getting the attention you think they deserve?

I’m here to help you out. Today, you’ll learn how to create viral-worthy headlines that grab readers’ attention and earn those social shares.

To do that, you must first gain insight into the elements of a viral headline and learn how to take those elements and craft attention-getting, emotionally-striking headers that drive clicks and results.

BuzzSumo Research Uncovers How to Write Viral Headlines

Steve Rayson at BuzzSumo has shared some valuable insight from his latest research on viral headlines.

He says the most important content element is the headline. It determines who clicks through and reads
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